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A variety of perspectives about Christian peacemaking, race, minority communities, history, and more through articles.
Why Does the Myth of the Confederate Lost Cause Persist? by Esau McCaulley by Clint Smith
Visual History and Rendering of Greenwood, by Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Anjali Singhvi, Audra D.S. Burch, Troy Griggs, Mika Gröndahl, Lingdong Huang, Tim Wallace, Jeremy White and Josh Williams
2021 Report on Racial Prejudice in Multiracial Churches, by Barna Group and the Racial Justice and Unity Center
How Antisemitism Animates White Nationalism by Eric K. Ward
Tedx talk: What It’s Like to be a Muslim in America by Dalia Mogahed
Islamophobia is Made Up by Dalia Mogahed
Why Christians Must Fight Systematic Racism by Esau McCaulley
A list of podcasts and audio discussing various topics.
Undaunted is the podcast that is both conversation and invitation. Our podcast features stories from the front-lines of peacemaking. As you listen in on these conversations, be challenged to take up the counter-cultural, dangerous, and joyous life of peacemaking yourself.
Pass The Mic is the premier podcast of The Witness – A Black Christian Collective. Their episodes feature engaging discussions on race from a Christian perspective and high profile interviews addressing the core concerns of African Americans biblically.
Named Apple Podcasts’ first-ever Show of the Year in 2020, CODE SWITCH is a podcast hosted by journalists of color tackling the subject of race with empathy and humor. Their episodes explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food and everything in between. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts’ first-ever Show of the Year in 2020.
In 1965, Rev. James Reeb was murdered in Selma, Alabama. Three men were tried and acquitted, but no one was ever held to account. Fifty years later, two journalists from Alabama return to the city where it happened, expose the lies that kept the murder from being solved and uncover a story about guilt and memory that says as much about America today as it does about the past.
The Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation is Telos’s partner organization in the U.S. South. Their work involves the collective implementation of personal, cultural and institutional solutions from innovative models from all over the world to build a transformed community of mutual flourishing and justice. To learn more, visit their website.